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December 17, 2004
States not willing to credit tribes for sharing (12/17)
Suzan Harjo: The 'good' Indians versus the 'hostiles' (12/17)
Tribal leaders air concerns in meeting with Thune (12/17)
Southern Cherokees issue car tags, game licenses (12/17)
Editorial: Court was right to exonerate Chief Leschi (12/17)
Campbell awarded $242K in raises to staffers (12/17)
Students compete in Lakota Invitational events (12/17)
Tribal member wounded in Iraq returns to Montana (12/17)
Crow tribal member sentenced for eagle's death (12/17)
Gila River Tribe to relocate famed Western town (12/17)
South Dakota tribe's university hopes to pay off debts (12/17)
Thune meeting with tribes opened to the public (12/17)
'Lost' Cherokee group wants federal recognition (12/17)
First Nation families still can't return home (12/17)
Another First Nation sues over inadequate housing (12/17)
Top official set to abandon work at Klallam village (12/17)
Canadian court upholds Native sentencing circle (12/17)
Utah archaeologists to study Indian remains (12/17)
Native actors share movie-making experiences (12/17)
Southern Ute Tribe elects two women to council (12/17)
Navajo Nation Council fails to vote on water deal (12/17)
Mendota Mdewakanton Tribe expands operation (12/17)
Kickapoo Tribe's money funneled to judge (12/17)

December 16, 2004
Tennessee burial ground slated for development (12/16)
Tribal refuge agreement hailed as positive step (12/16)
Chicago-area PTA accepts Ho-Chunk Nation donation (12/16)
Pombo took on controversial topics in 108th Congress (12/16)
Commentary: The Pala Band's Trail of Tears (12/16)
Publisher wants entire Thune meeting open to public (12/16)
Troubled Native housing corp given more time (12/16)
Editorial: Stop delaying Native voting rights case (12/16)
Peltier says sentence for 1975 murders illegal (12/16)
First Nation leaders vote against smoking ban (12/16)
First Nation wants dangerous gas well shut down (12/16)
Nevada tribe to open arsenic treatment plant (12/16)
Wisconsin board pulls back sale of land to tribe (12/16)
Washington officials won't oppose tribe on village (12/16)
Cayuga Nation leaders say land claim deal invalid (12/16)
Ney to meet with ethics panel over Abramoff ties (12/16)
Some Oneida members oppose land claim settlement (12/16)
BIA critic calls on Bush to fire Dave Anderson (12/16)
New Zealand to return lakes to Maori tribe (12/16)
Gila River Tribe expected to purchase cowboy town (12/16)
Wyoming governor hopes for fresh start with tribes (12/16)
Island's bison herd finally returns home to Plains (12/16)
Senate Republicans optimistic on ANWR drilling (12/16)

December 15, 2004
Congressman subject of inquiry for Abramoff ties (12/15)
Republican Thune to meet with tribal leaders (12/15)
Burns holds 'veto' over bison range agreement (12/15)
Winterization of Blackfeet homes to continue (12/15)
Editorial: House failed on Sand Creek Massacre site (12/15)
Former Navajo president opposes water deal (12/15)
Lakota Nation Invitational kicks off in South Dakota (12/15)
School board rejects Ho-Chunk Nation's donation (12/15)
Montana tribe to share management of bison range (12/15)
Government blamed for Native tuberculosis outbreak (12/15)
Tribe's sponsorship of university raises flags (12/15)
Campo Band signs contract for proposed landfill (12/15)
State board approves landfill opposed by Pala Band (12/15)
Study finds flaws in education of Native children (12/15)
United States, Britain holding up indigenous rights (12/15)
Inuits to file human rights claim against United States (12/15)
Study: Only one Native American on television (12/15)
Former Kickapoo chairman still in federal custody (12/15)
Decision could keep power plant open past 2005 (12/15)
Jodi Rave: What was 'Kokopelli' professor thinking? (12/15)
University of New Mexico to offer Native studies (12/15)
Denver Post: Campbell missed final vote of career (12/15)

December 14, 2004
Congress sees more changes under Republican control (12/14)
School hasn't taken action on prof who violated law (12/14)
U.S. Supreme Court decides cases without Rehnquist (12/14)
New York municipalities pony up for court brief (12/14)
Native students learn value of community service (12/14)
More and more tribes turning to charter schools (12/14)
Pueblo kids raise money for needy families (12/14)
Navajo Nation council to vote on water settlement (12/14)
Daughter's disappearance destroys Native family (12/14)
Manitoba launches First Nation midwife program (12/14)
Navajo race car driver upset over tribe's silence (12/14)
State to transfer hatchery to Yakama Nation (12/14)
Former Kickapoo business manager free on bond (12/14)
Bush picks Leavitt for Health and Human Services (12/14)
Meeting scheduled on future of Klallam tribal village (12/14)
Editorial: Work at Klallam tribal village should stop (12/14)
Morongo Band's donation pays for transfer of bison (12/14)
Western Shoshones oppose gold mine exploration (12/14)
Chickee huts still a Seminole tradition in Florida (12/14)
Seminole Tribe represented in international show (12/14)

December 13, 2004
President Bush shakes up Cabinet for second term (12/13)
Appeals court won't hold back Lamberth on trust reform (12/13)
Neal McCaleb passes message to college graduates (12/13)
Chippewa Cree Tribe holds special election (12/13)
Biologist seeks to clean up contaminated objects (12/13)
Bush administration appeals case tied to peyote (12/13)
Five charged in Kickapoo Tribe theft remain jailed (12/13)
Navajo Nation to consider aircraft parts plant (12/13)
Lakota and Austrian youth to take part in exchange (12/13)
South Dakota Indians seek action on voting rights (12/13)
Appeals court allows bias suit against Campbell (12/13)
Swimmer admits some Navajo appraisals too low (12/13)
Southern Ute Tribe fills one leadership position (12/13)
Washington tribe wants construction stopped (12/13)
Island bison herd donated to Rosebud Sioux Tribe (12/13)
First Nation seeks more control over resources (12/13)
Eastern tribes to conduct study of tribal college (12/13)
Oglala Sioux Tribe inaugurates Cecilia Fire Thunder (12/13)
Nisqually Chief Leschi cleared 150 years later (12/13)
Mark Trahant: Bush plan leaves no room for salmon (12/13)
Lobbyists say Abramoff probe has run its course (12/13)
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